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Angelonia


Angelonia selections

Angelonia

Angelonia is also called summer snapdragon, and once you get a good look at it, you'll know why. It has salvia-like flower spires that reach a foot or 2 high, but they're studded with fascinating snapdragon-like flowers with beautiful colorations in purple, white, or pink. It's the perfect plant for adding bright color to hot, sunny spaces. This tough plant blooms all summer long with spirelike spikes of blooms. While all varieties are beautiful, keep an eye out for the sweetly scented selections.

While most gardeners treat angelonia as an annual, it is a tough perennial in Zones 9-10. Or, if you have a bright, sunny spot indoors, you can even keep it flowering all winter.

Light:
Sun
Zones:
9-10
Plant Type:
Annual
Plant Height:
1-2 feet tall
Plant Width:
1-2 feet wide
Flower Color:
Blooms in shades of white, pink, or purple, depending on type
Landscape Uses:
Containers,Beds & Borders
Special Features:
Flowers,Fragrant,Attracts Butterflies,Drought Tolerant,Easy to Grow
Top Varieties

Angelmist Dark Plum Angelonia is one of the darkest color selections; it bears deep purple flowers all summer and grows 2 feet tall.
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Angelmist Lavender Angelonia offers clear lavender-purple blooms on 2-foot-tall plants.
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Angelmist Purple StripeAngelonia is an eye-catching selection with deep purple flowers that have bold white edges. It grows 2 feet tall.
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Serena White Angelonia forms a compact, mounding plant that stays about a foot tall and is covered in white blooms.
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Plant It With
Dusty miller

Dusty miller's silvery leaves make a great foil for dark purple angelonia varieties.

Geranium

Geranium's round flower heads make a knockout combination against upright angelonia.

Nasturtium

Nasturtiums like hot, dry locations, too; use yellow- or orange-blooming types to create contrast.

Sage

Tricolor sage's purple- and white-marked leaves pick up on colors in angelonia flowers but contrast the plant's spiky shape.

Propagation
Seed
Stem Cuttings